|A 25-foot tall waterfall is one of the first sights to greet visitors!|
|Cool topiary! A lovely lady..|
|So many bulbs.. these dwarf iris were eye-catching!|
|The flamboyant colours of the tulips attracted everyone who wandered nearby.|
So many hues, flower shapes and sizes.
|More topiary art.|
|So many cold frames and edibles! These frames are from|
old windows and were filled with hardy veggies.. Keep in mind
that these are in place for about 10+ days in a warm room!
|The 40-foot mixed lettuce wall. There were many jokes about bringing spray|
bottles of salad dressing! :)
|Across from the lettuce wall, a sizeable kitchen garden.|
|Another cold frame. There were four in total, one for each season.|
|Author Amy Goldman spoke just before me - LOVED her talk and her books!|
|Tomato plants - don't you love the rustic wooden supports that form a|
grid over the bed? Must do this..
|Scott from Lee Valley in Bayers Lake, Halifax. A nice surprise at the show!|
|Gourds for sale at the marketplace! Will they fit in my shoebox-sized|
|More veggies.. check out the jars in the background!|
|Loved this cold frame. Look closely at the shape of the sashes.|
|Cloches! Note to self: If you step on glass cloches, they break (I speak from past experience)|
|Daffodils.. every size and colour..|
|The view from my hotel. Hello Philly!|